Area of a Rectangle Worksheets
Our calculating the area of rectangles worksheets, meticulously designed for children of grade 2 through grade 8, encompass exercises like counting the squares; finding the area of a rectangle with dimensions given as integers, decimals, and fractions involving unit conversions; finding the perimeter from area; calculating the area of rectilinear shapes (irregular figures); and much more! Free worksheets are included.
Introduce the area of rectangles to young learners by printing this set of practice worksheets. Substitute the values of length and width in the formula (Area = length * width) to compute the area of each rectangle.
Download our meticulously drafted pdf worksheets for extensive practice on the area of rectangles featuring three different question formats. Two levels of difficulties are included based on the range of the dimensions.
Chock-full of rectangular figures and grids made of unit squares, these printable worksheets deliver bags of foundational practice in finding the area of rectangles for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade children.
Plug the length and width in the area formula to compute areas of the given rectangles. The printable area of a rectangle exercises in this section feature the length and width in decimals.
Supplement your practice with this bunch of pdf area of rectangles worksheets with decimal dimensions. Simply multiply them to arrive at the area of rectangles presented as geometric figures and in word format.
Test 5th grade and 6th grade children’s knowledge of finding the area of rectangles having fractional side lengths. Find their product to calculate the area and convert it to mixed numbers if necessary.
Oodles of practice is key to finding the area of rectangles in a jiffy! Print these pdfs, study the rectangular figures or visualize them if described, and compute the area by multiplying the length by the width.
Grab this bunch of area of a rectangle worksheets for grade 6 and grade 7 students to become conversant at working with a rectangle having two different units of dimension.
Follow a two-step process to arrive at the area of rectangles with the length and width in different units. The first step is to convert the dimensions to the specified unit, and the next one is to use the converted measures in the formula.
Broaden your understanding of the area of rectangles by finding the length or the width from the given area. Substitute the known values in the formula and find the missing dimension of the rectangle.
Intensify your prepping session with these printable pdfs on finding an unknown measure of rectangles with a decimal area. Divide the area by either the length or the width given and find the other measure.
Apply the Pythagorean theorem to find the measure of the missing side and then find the area of a rectangle in part A and to find the length of the diagonal using the area and side length in part B. This practice set is ideal for 7th grade and 8th grade students.
Explore the relationship between the area and perimeter of a rectangle with these printable worksheets. Each problem contains either the area or perimeter with only one known dimension. Find the unknown dimension and solve the problem.
Children are sure to get intrigued by the rectilinear figures in these pdf worksheets. Tell kids that rectilinear figures are rectangles put together without any overlaps and that adding the areas of those rectangles will give the area of the rectilinear figures.